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  1. 1. Zekeniam YSCHRaEL Sherut haRitztzuy (the ministry of reconciliation) by whom we have now received the ( Atonement) Reconciliation of the Dvar HaRitztzuy Let this day be a day of reconciliation and regeneration [“ahaYAH ASHER ahaYAH”]( HaYaH (He was), Howeh (He is), and Yihyeh (He will be). I AM My Memorial for generation after generation.” Shemot 3:13-16 This is MY NAME for ever, I AM / WILL BE WHAT I AM / WILL BE:
  2. 2. "And YaHuWaH said to Moshe, I am that which I am. [ahaYah Asher ahaYah] and hesaid, so you will say to the sons of YSCHRaEL, "I am [ahaYah] has sent me to you." and YaHuWaH said further to Moshe, now you are to say to the sons of YSCHRaEL,"YaHuWaH, ALuaHiYM of your father’s Abraham, Yitzchak [Isaac], and Ya’aqob [Jacob],has sent me to you. This is my name forever, and this is my memorial for generation to generation." "Shemoth 6:3," and I appeared to Abraham, to Yitzchak, and to Ya’aqobas hashadday [the almighty]. and my name, YaHuWaH, was not well known (famous) to them. YaHuWaH, ALuaHiYM TSeBAoWT, is his name. The ministry of reconciliation Message of Reconciliation Torah sh’Bichtav (Written Torah) “Sola Scriptura” (the Scriptures alone is authoritative for faith) Who hath ears to hear, let him hear. YaHuWSCHuA HaNaTSReY uWMeLeK HaYaHuWDYM (in His Name) YaHuWaH [Yah -hoo-Wah] is the Name of the Creator. YaHuWSCHuA (YaHuWSCHuA) is His Son ALuaHiYM
  3. 3. [Al-u-heem - ALHYM] means "Mighty Ones“ or "Power" Qadosh means Set-apart, Pure. Kodesh (Qodesh) also means "Set-apart" Ruwach (Ruwach) is the Ibry (Hebrew) name for His "Presence", pictured as the Counselor, Helper, and Advocate, the One Who "proceeds from the Father" ANY HuWE ( I am He) The feast of Weeks was held in remembrance of the giving of the law, fifty days after the departure from Egypt; and looked forward to the outpouring of the Ruwach HaQodesh,fifty days after YaHuWSCHuA our Passover was sacrificed for us. On that day the apostles presented the first-fruits of the Set apart assembly to YaHuWaH. To the institution of the Feast of Pentekoste, is added a repetition of that law, by which they were required to leave the gleanings of their fields. Those who are truly sensible of the mercy they received from YaHuWaH will show mercy to the poor without grudging. Acts 2:1-4 Now when the Day of the Festival of Weeks [50th day from First-fruits - Shabuoth) had completely filled up, they were all with one passion in one place. Suddenly there came from the sky a sound like the rushing of a mighty wind, and it filled all the House/Hekalwhere they were sitting. Divided tongues like fire appeared and were distributed to them, and one sat on each of them. They were all filled with the Ruwach HaQodesh, and werecompelled to speak with different tongues clearly, as the Ruwach gave them the ability to speak. Completely filled up: Shabuoth is the “feast of weeks”, the day after the counting of a“week of weeks” (49 days) reaches its culmination, not at evening as the day begins, but
  4. 4. in the morning when it has fully arrived. It is the first fruits of the wheat harvest, and so symbolizes a completion of the maturing process of a crop that is used for many of the secondary sacrifices in the Temple. On this feast alone, leavened loaves are brought tothe Temple as an offering, so they are only waved before the altar, not burned on it. Andindeed we see a harvest on this day. (v. 41) the first fruits of the barley harvest, 49 days earlier, the first day of counting (Lev. 23), was the day YaHuWSCHuA rose from the dead. He was called the "first fruits of those who rise from the dead." I Cor. 15:23But each in his own order: HaMaSHiYaCH the First Fruit, then those who are MaSHiYaCH, at His coming. With one passion: according to Strong, “a compound of two words meaning to ‘rush along’ and ‘in unison’... As the instruments of a great concert under the direction of a concert master”, all their gifts were working together to bring the entire Body to readiness. This cannot take place if everyone’s opinion is given equal weight;  those with the “keys to the kingdom” had to rule according to the Torah.  When they were in such agreement, YHWH acted: Suddenly: yet not totallyunexpectedly. Most believe that this was the first Pentekoste, and that the assembly was born on that day. Actually, this was not as unique as it would seem; the first Shabuoth (of which Pentekoste is a loose Greek translation, meaning “50th”) was at Mt. Sinai. Jewish tradition says it was on this day that YaHuWaH gave the Ten Commandments.Scripture does not state this explicitly, but we know from contextual clues that it had to be very close to this date. The story is in Exodus 19:14ff,Moshah went down from the mountain to the people, and set apart the people; and theywashed their clothes. He said to the people, “Be ready by the third day. Do not approacha woman.” It happened on the third day, when it was morning, that there were thunders and lightening’s, and a thick cloud on the mountain, and the sound of an exceedingly loud shofar; and all the people who were in the camp trembled. Moshah led the people out of the camp to meet Aluahiym; and they stood at the base of the mountain. Mount Choreb, all it, smoked, because YaHuWaH descended on it in fire; and its smokeascended like the smoke of a furnace, and the whole mountain quaked greatly. When the sound of the shofar grew louder and louder, Moshah spoke and Aluahiym answered him by a Voice. YaHuWaH came down on Mount Choreb, to the top of the mountain.YaHuWaH called Moshah to the top of the mountain, and Moshah went up. YaHuWaH said to Moshah, “Go down, warn the people, lest they break through to YaHuWaH to look (at Him), and many of them perish. Let the priests also, who come near to YaHuWaH, set apart themselves, lest YaHuWaH break forth on them.” Moshah said to YaHuWaH, “The people can’t come up to Mount Choreb, for you warned us, saying, ‘Set bounds around
  5. 5. the mountain, and set it apart.’” YaHuWaH said to him, “Go down and you shall bringAharon up with you, but don’t let the priests and the people break through to come up to YaHuWaH, lest He break forth on them.” So Moshah went down to the people, and told them.Aluahiym: Aram., "the Memra of Aluahiym" At some point they actually came UNDER the mountain (Deut. 4:11). This is probably the context for YaHuWSCHuA comment that if one has trust he can tell "this mountain" to be removed. .... Yahuwchanan the Immerser, who YaHuWSCHuA said stood in AliYahuws office, was called the "Friend ofthe Bridegroom" (one of the two witnesses). Moshah, here, is the friend of the Bride, who leads her to her Husband. Moshah and AliYahuw were the two who spoke to YaHuWSCHuA on another mountain, and appear to be the two witnesses of Revelation 11. The people were not the only ones shaking anymore! A smelting furnace separates what is useful from the useless, burning away the dross and purifying the metal. Mt. Sinai is probably not the traditional site in the Sinai Peninsula (a misnomer based on this error), being too far from Midyan for Mosheh to have been pasturing his in-laws sheep there. Also, no artifacts of any sort from the YSCHaELites 40-year sojourn have been found in Sinai. Rather, it is more likely Jabal al-Lawz, the highest mountain just east of Midyan, which is along the northeastern coast of the Red Sea in Saudi Arabia (which agrees with Galatians 4:25). This mountain still has remains of pillars around it (see v. 12) and the top is blackened as by fire, but it is not a volcanic mountain. Extensive archaeological research has not been permitted by the Saudi government. Aluahiym responded as a witness through a voice: Aramaic, "from before Aluahiym he was answered by a voice". A normal voice or breath grows weaker as it progresses. This trumpet-like sound was, according to Ibriy tradition, the words of the Torah going out in all 70 languages to the 70 nations besides YSCHRaEL, but only YSCHRaEL chose toreceive them. The descendants who would later be dispersed throughout the whole worldstood here within their forefathers, and it was for their sake that the nations were offeredthe Torah as well (cf. Romans 11). In Acts 2, traditionally on the anniversary of this date, the covenant was renewed again (as Abrahams covenant was renewed here withadaptations for the size of the nation now) with words in many languages and tongues of fire. (See 20:18) As soon as he ascended, YaHuWaH told him to descend again, because He does not want us to have a perpetual Sabbath. Like the priests who served in the Temple in shifts, we ascend to serve YaHuWaH, then are to descend to live out what we have learned by serving YSCHRaEL. In order to look: we want to get up close to see things, but this was not a tourist attraction. “Look” can also mean “perceive”, and this was the very temptation haSatan began with on Hawwah. Though there were not even overtly any priests as of yet, this is a foreshadowing of all the meticulous rituals the high priest had to go through on the Day of Atonement before entering the holiest place where the presence of YaHuWaH dwelt in a special way. The priests had a different boundary than the rest of the people, but still had a boundary. They could go where no one else in YSCHRaEL could, but still could not just “waltz” into the Holy of Holies, since these were not high priests. Even Aharon’s sons, Nadab and Abihu, went in presumptuously and pompously, and learned the hard way what comes of thinking we have rights that YaHuWaH has not expressly granted. We each need to know our responsibilities and our place, staying within the specific limits He has set for us.
  6. 6. And we will see many parallels here that lend credibility to this tradition. Like Moshe, thedisciples had just come down off a mountain to be together with all YSCHRaEL. The rams horn grew louder and louder, like the sound mentioned here. The mountain was set ablaze. As they sat in the Temple, there was a rushing, roaring wind, like that ram’s horn, and again there were tongues of flame. The Hertz Authorized Prayer Book says, in a section on Shabuoth (p. 790) that the desert of Sinai (in northwestern Arabia) belonged to no one nation exclusively. The shofar blast was heard, not by YSCHRaEL alone, but by the inhabitants of all the earth. When YaHuWSCHuA said to wait until they were endowed with power from above, they would have recognized that it would most likely be on Shabuoth--only ten days away. House: Since there were 120 of them, it was probably The House, i.e., an upper room at the Temple (reminiscent ofYeSHAYaHUW 6), where they continued to meet thereafter. (v. 46) It may have been the Royal Stoa, which was visible from both the courtyards within and easily accessible from outside the Temple complex. (It is the long red-roofed structure in the photo.) But they had also been built together into one house of living stones as a dwelling place fit for YHWH’s Spirit. Sitting: another allusion to Tehillim 133: “ pleasant it is when brothers sit together in unity.” They were able to see these tongues as if they were of fire. Their ancestors at Sinai "saw no form, but only a voice". (Deut. 4:11) They saw thevoice! This one fire was distributed among them all, instead of on the mountain this time. The first time, the people feared it; this time they were waiting for it. YaHuWSCHuA prophesied this in a general sense in Mark 16:17. The tongues of flame and the gift of tongues here were the fulfillment of that initial outpouring at Sinai. History repeated itself. Ecclesiastes says, "That which took place before will take place again." Bytradition, the voice of YaHuWaH at Sinai divided itself into the 70 tongues then spoken onearth, so that all of mankind might understand the Torah’s redemptive message, but onlyYSCHRaEL responded. As YaHuWSCHuA ’s students were counting the days leading up to Shabuoth, the liturgy included a blessing each day, then Tehillim 67 is read: "YHWH, be merciful to us and bless us. Cause your face to shine upon us, that your way may be known on earth, Your salvation among all nations. Let the peoples praise You, O YHWH; let all the peoples praise You, and let the nations be glad, for You shall judge the peoplerighteously, and govern the nations on the earth...Then the earth shall yield her increase. YaHuWaH, our own ALuaHiYM, shall bless us, and all the ends of the earth shall fearHim." This was the goal being aimed at during the Counting of the Omer. To be eloquent: Heb., what the Spirit gave them to say. These were not “tongues of angels”, but, as we will see, real languages spoken by the hearers. (v. 6,8) By tradition, the Voice of YaHuWaH at Sinai divided itself into the 70 tongues then spoken on earth, so that all of mankind might understand the Torah’s redemptive message, but only YSCHRaEL responded. As YaHuWSCHuA ’s students were counting the days leading up to Shabuoth, the liturgy included a blessing each day, Tehillim 67 Aluahiym will favor us, and bless us, and cause His Face to shine on us. (Selah) for Aluahiym Who said, Let there be Light in the darkness, has made us believe that this Light is the Brightness of His Splendor as seen in the Face of YaHuWSCHuA ha MaSHiYaCH. That Your Way may be known on earth, let the peoples praise You,Aluahiym. Let all the peoples praise you. Oh let the nations be glad and sing for joy, forYou will judge the peoples with equity, and govern the nations on earth. (Selah). Let the peoples praise You, Aluahiym. Let all the peoples praise you. The earth has yielded its
  7. 7. increase. Aluahiym, even our own Aluahiym, will bless us. Aluahiym will bless us. All the ends of the earth shall fear Him. 2 Cor. 4:6 For Aluah, Who said, "Let there be Light in the darkness," has made us understand that this Light is the Brightness of the Splendor of YaHuWaH that is seen in the Face of YaHuWSCHuA HaMaSHiYaCH. meushar (blessedness) The Blessedness of forgiveness Blessed is the man who walks not in the counsel of the wicked nor stands in the way of sinners, nor sits in the seat of the scoffers, But his delight is in YaHuWaH’s Torah. Rhomias 4:6 Even as David also describeth the meushar (blessedness) of the man, unto whom ALuaHiYM imputeth TseDaQaH (righteousness) without works, Human sinfulness is expressed in such a variety of ways that biblical authors in both Hebrew and Greek found it necessary to employ a variety of words to express theirunderstanding of sin. Both David in Tehillim 32 and Paul in his quotation of the Tehillim in Romans 4 are good examples of this, and the expressions they used are full of significance. Delitzsch defined the Hebrew words for "lawless deeds" as "a breaking loose or tearing away from YaHuWaH"; "sins" as "deviation from that which is well-pleasing to YaHuWaH," and "iniquity" as "a perversion, distortion, misdeed."Forgiveness has as many facets as the sin it seeks to dispel, and Delitzsch describes it as "a lifting up and taking away… a covering so that it becomes invisible to YaHuWaH, the Sacred One, and is as though it had never taken place." Sin is the cause of our misery; but the true believers transgressions of the Divine law are all forgiven, being covered with the Atonement? YaHuWSCHuA bare his sins, therefore they are not imputed to him. The righteousness of YaHuWSCHuA beingreckoned to us, and we being made the righteousness of YaHuWaH in him, our iniquity is not imputed, YaHuWaH having laid upon him the iniquity of us all, and made him a sin- offering for us. Not to impute sin, is YaHuWaHs act, for he is the Judge. It is YaHuWaH that justifies. Notice the character of him whose sins are pardoned; he is sincere, and seeks Sanctification by the power of the Ruwach HaQodesh. He does not profess to repent,with an intention to indulge in sin, because the YaHuWaH is ready to forgive. He will not abuse the doctrine of free grace. And to the man whose iniquity is forgiven, all manner of blessings are promised.
  8. 8. Tehillim 89:15 Ashrei (Blessed) [is] the people that know the joyful (Feastal) sound: they shall walk, O YaHuWaH ( ‫ ,) יהוה‬in the light of Thy countenance.Righteousness, justice, love, and truth are the foundation of YaHuWaHs throne; they are Central characteristics of the way YaHuWaH rules. They summarize his character. As YaHuWaHs ambassadors, we should exhibit the same traits when we deal with people. Make sure your actions flow out of righteousness, justice, love, and faithfulness, because any unfair, unloving, or dishonest action cannot come from YaHuWaH. Of the love, grace, and mercy of YaHuWaH displayed in YaHuWSCHuA. of peace and pardon by his blood, of justification by his righteousness, of atonement by his sacrifice, and of complete salvation by his obedience, sufferings, and death; this is the sound of the Gospel and a joyful one it is to sensible sinners; and is so called in allusion either to a shout made upon a victory gained, and such a sound is the Gospel; it declaresvictory by YaHuWSCHuA over sin, haSatan, the world, and death, and every enemy; andthat he has made his people more than conquerors over them; or to the jubilee trumpet, which proclaimed liberty and a restoration of inheritances ,and so the Gospel Proclaims liberty to the captives, freedom from the dominion of sin, and Condemnation by it, from the tyranny of haSatan, and the bondage of the law; and gives an account of the inheritance the saints have in YaHuWSCHuA., and through hisdeath, to which they are regenerated, and for which they are made meet by the Ruwach of YaHuWaH, and of which he is the seal and earnest: or to the silver trumpets, for theuse of the congregation of YSCHRaEL, and blown at their solemn feasts, and other times, and were all of a piece, the trumpet of the Gospel gives a certain sound, an even one, a very musical one; there is no jar nor discord in it; is a soul charming alluring sound, and very loud; it has reached, and will reach again, to the ends of the earth, it is a blessing to hear it, but it is a greater to "know" it, not merely notionally, but spiritually and experimentally; so as not only to approve of it, and be delighted with it, but so as to distinguish it from all other sounds; and by faith to receive it, and appropriate the things it publishes to a mans own soul; and such must be "blessed", or happy persons, for the reasons following in this verse, and enjoy the gracious presence of YaHuWaH, have the manifestation of himself, the discoveries of his love, communion with him through YaHuWSCHuA ., and the comforts of the Ruwach HaQodesh, and these continued; so that they shall walk in the sunshine of these things, though notalways; for sometimes they walk in darkness, and see no light; but it is an Unspeakable mercy and blessing to walk herein at any time, for ever so short a Season, Tehillim 32:1 Blessed [is he whose] transgression [is] forgiven, [whose] sin [is] covered. YaHuWaH wants to forgive sinners. Forgiveness has always been part of his loving nature. He announced this to Moshe; he revealed it to David; he dramatically showed it to the world through YaHuWSCHuA .. These verses convey several aspects of YaHuWaHs forgiveness: He forgives disobedience, puts sin out of sight, and clears our record of guilt. Paul showed that we can have this joyous experience of forgiveness through faith in YaHuWSCHuA.. Tehillim 32:2-5 Blessed [is] the man unto whom YaHuWaH imputeth not iniquity, and in whose Ruwach [there is] no guile. When I kept silence, my bones waxed old through my roaring all the day long. For day and night Thy hand was heavy upon me: my
  9. 9. moisture is turned into the drought of summer. Selah. I acknowledged my sin unto thee, and mine iniquity have I not hid. I said, I will confess my transgressions unto YaHuWaH; and thou forgavest the iniquity of my sin. (Selah). What is confession?To confess our sin is to agree with YaHuWaH, acknowledging that he is right to declare what we have done as sinful and that we are wrong to desire or to do it. It meansaffirming our intention of forsaking that sin in order to follow YaHuWaH more faithfully. Tehillim32:6-9 For this shall every one that is godly pray unto thee in a time when thou mayest be found: surely in the floods of great waters they shall not come nigh unto him. Thou [art] my hiding place; thou shalt preserve me from trouble; thou shalt compass me about with songs of deliverance. Selah. I will instruct thee and teach thee in the way which thou shalt go: I will guide thee with mine eye. Be ye not as the horse, [or] as the mule, [which] have no understanding: whose mouth must be held in with bit and bridle, lest they come near unto thee. Tehillim32:10-11Many sorrows [shall be] to the wicked: but he that trusteth in YaHuWaH ( ‫ ,) יהוה‬mercy shall compass him about. Be glad in YaHuWaH, and rejoice, ye tzaddikim: and shout for joy, all [ye that are] upright in heart. Tehillim 51:1-6 Have mercy upon me, O ALuaHiYM, according to Thy loving-kindness: according unto the multitude of Thy tender mercies blot out my transgressions. Wash me thoroughly from mine iniquity, and cleanse me from my sin. For I acknowledge my transgressions: and my sin [is] ever before me. Against Thee, Thee only, have I sinned, and done [this] evil in Thy sight: that Thou mightest be justified when Thou speakest, [and] be clear when Thou judgest. Behold, I was shapen in iniquity; and in sin did my mother conceive me. Behold, Thou desirest truth in the inward parts: and in the hidden [part] Thou shalt make me to know wisdom. David, being convinced of his sin, poured out his soul to YaHuWaH in prayer for mercy and grace. Whither should backsliding children return, but to the YHWH theirYaHuWaH, who alone can heal them? he drew up, by Divine teaching, an account of theworkings of his heart toward YaHuWaH. Those that truly repent of their sins, will not be ashamed to own their repentance. Also, he instructs others what to do, and what to say. David had not only done much, but suffered much in the cause of YHWH; yet he flees to YHWHs infinite mercy, and depends upon that alone for pardon and peace.He begs the pardon of sin. The blood of YaHuWSCHuA., sprinkled upon the conscience, blots out the transgression, and, having reconciled us to YHWH, reconciles us to ourselves. The believer longs to have the whole debt of his sins blotted out, and every stain cleansed; he would be thoroughly washed from all his sins; but the hypocrite always has some secret reserve, and would have some favorite lust spared. David had such a deep sense of his sin, that he was continually thinking of it, with sorrow and shame. His sin was committed against YHWH, whose truth we deny by willful sin; with him we deal deceitfully. And the truly penitent will ever trace back the streams of actual sin to the fountain of original depravity. He confesses his original corruption. This is that foolishness which is bound in the heart of a child, that proneness to evil, and that backwardness to good, which is the burden of the regenerate, and the ruin of the unregenerate. He is encouraged, in his repentance, to hope that YHWH would graciously accept him. Thou desirest truth in the inward part; to this YHWH looks, in a returning sinner. Where there is truth, YHWH will give wisdom. Those who sincerely endeavour to do their duty shall be taught their duty; but they will expect good only from Divine grace overcoming their corrupt nature.
  10. 10. 51:7-15 Purge me with hyssop, and I shall be clean: wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow. Make me to hear joy and gladness; [that] the bones [which] Thou hast broken may rejoice. Hide Thy face from my sins, and blot out all mine iniquities. Create in me a clean heart, O ALuaHiYM; and renew a right Ruwach within me. Cast me notaway from Thy presence; and take not Thy set apart Ruwach from me. Restore unto me the joy of Thy salvation; and uphold me [with Thy ] free Ruwach. [Then] will I teach transgressors Thy ways; and sinners shall be converted unto Thee. Deliver me from blood guiltiness, O ALuaHiYM , Elohei Teshuati (my salvation): [and] my tongue shall sing aloud of Thy TseDaQaH. O YaHuWaH , open Thou my lips; and my mouth shall shew forth Thy praise. Purge me with hyssop, with the blood of YaHuWSCHuA applied to my soul by a lively faith, as the water of purification was sprinkled with a bunch of hyssop. The blood of YaHuWSCHuA is called the blood of sprinkling, .If this blood of YaHuWSCHuA ., which cleanses from all sin, cleanse us from our sin, then we shall be clean indeed, . He asks not to be comforted, till he is first cleansed; if sin, the bitter root of sorrow, be takenaway, he can pray in faith, Let me have a well-grounded peace, of thy creating, so thatthe bones broken by convictions may rejoice, may be comforted. Hide thy face from my sins; blot out all mine iniquities out of thy book; blot them out, as a cloud is blotted out and dispelled by the beams of the sun. And the believer desires renewal to holiness as much as the joy of salvation. David now saw, more than ever, what an unclean heart he had, and sadly laments it; but he sees it is not in his own power to amend it, and therefore begs YHWH would create in him a clean heart. When the sinner feels this change is necessary, and reads the promise of YHWH to thatpurpose, he begins to ask it. He knew he had by his sin grieved the Ruwach HaQodesh, and provoked him to withdraw. This he dreads more than anything. He prays that Divine comforts may be restored to him. When we give ourselves cause to doubt our interest in salvation, how can we expect the joy of it? This had made him weak; he prays, I am ready to fall, either into sin or into despair, therefore uphold me with thy Ruakh . Thy Ruwach is a free Ruwach, a free Agent himself, working freely. And the more cheerful we are in our duty, the more constant we shall be to it. What is this butthe liberty wherewith YaHuWSCHuA makes his people free, which is contrasted with the yoke of bondage? . It is the Ruwach of adoption spoken to the heart. Those to whomYaHuWaH is the YaHuWaH of salvation, he will deliver from guilt; for the salvation he is the YaHuWaH of, is salvation from sin. We may therefore plead with him, YHWH, thou art the YHWH of my salvation, therefore deliver me from the dominion of sin. And when the lips are opened, what should they speak but the praises of YHWH for his forgiving mercy? Tehillim im51:16-19 For Thou desirest not sacrifice; else would I give [it]: Thou delightest not in burnt offering. The sacrifices of ALuaHiYM [are] a broken Ruwach: a broken and a contrite heart, O ALuaHiYM ( ‫ ,) אלהים‬Thou wilt not despise. Do good in Thy good pleasure unto Tzyon: build Thou the walls of Yerushalayim. Then shalt Thou be pleased with the sacrifices of TseDaQaH, with Olah and whole Olah: then shall they offer bullocks upon Thine altar. Those who are thoroughly convinced of their misery and danger by sin, would spare no cost to obtain the remission of it. But as they cannot make satisfaction for sin, soYaHuWaH cannot take any satisfaction in them, otherwise than as expressing love and duty to him. The good work wrought in every true penitent, is a broken Ruwach, a broken and a contrite heart, and sorrow for sin. It is a heart that is tender, and
  11. 11. pliable to YHWHs word. Oh that there were such a heart in every one of us! YHWH is graciously pleased to accept this; it is instead of all burnt-offering and sacrifice.The broken heart is acceptable to YHWH only through YaHuWSCHuA.; there is no true repentance without faith in him. Men despise that which is broken, but YHWH will not. He will not overlook it, he will not refuse or reject it; though it makes YHWH no satisfaction for the wrong done to him by sin. Those who have been in spiritual troubles, know how to pity and pray for others afflicted in like manner. David was afraid lest his sin should bring judgments upon the city and kingdom. No personalfears or troubles of conscience can make the soul, which has received grace, carelessabout the interests of the church of YHWH. And let this be the continued joy of all the redeemed, that they have redemption through the blood of YaHuWSCHuA ., the forgiveness of sins according to the riches of his grace. YaHuWSCHuA ALuaHiYM YaHuWSCHuA HaMaSHiYaCH In His Name Blessed be, in His name
  12. 12. YHWH be with you. and they answered him, YHWH bless you. " Be not blind to the truthAnd, hinnei, two blind men sitting by the way side, when they heard that YaHuWSCHuA passed by, cried out, saying, Have mercy on us, O YaHuWaH, [thou] Ben David. And YaHuWSCHuA stood still, and called them, and said, What will ye that I shall do unto you?They say unto Him, YaHuWaH, that our eyes may be opened. So YaHuWSCHuAhad compassion [on them], and touched their eyes: and immediately their eyes received sight, and they followed him. His servant and yours Shalom in Righteousness by the GRACE of YHWH keiYAH nätzräyaRemember me and pray for me that YaHuWaH will be gracious unto meand be merciful unto my sins which I have sinned against him. Peace be to them that read and that hear these things and to their servants: Amein and Amein Make not the house of my Father a house of merchandise. Freely ye have received, freely give A rule necessary, and of great extent. A servant in the Gospel Vineyard,though worthy of his Comfortable support while in the work. Should never preach for hire or make a secular traffic of the Ruwach (spiritual work): what a scandal is it for a man to traffic with gifts which he pretends, atleast, to have received from the Ruwach HaQodesh, of which he is not the master, but the dispenser. He who preaches to get a living, or make a fortune, is guilty of the most infamous sacrilege The Everlasting Covenant is The Sabbath
  13. 13. ALuaHiYM YaHuWSCHuA HaMaSHiYaCH be with your Ruwach